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September 24, 1971 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-09-24

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The Best of
Everything

T NG BUTTERMILK

CAKES

AN EAT

24—THE, DETROIT

RESTAURANT & COCKTAILS

The

E191i5.11 NEW!

master of' ' Italian dishes . . . A. friendly
00 attractive place, iomfortable and luxurious
waitresses stand ready , to serve you.

By Danny Raskin

4,nwiL

BIG SHOW. IS TONIGHT at Uni-
versity of Detroit. Memorial Rldg.
.. with the fabulous song stylings
of Ike and Tina Turner . . whose
UNCLE • Y1000•1111 AIR.
• latest hit recording, "What, You
M I4'
J;41IN S
See Is What You Get" is among
• 1110T Hunan'
4, 1i (I'
era Mem& U.
the nation's top 25
Ike and
Tina are married, and in 1959 she
had written a song for the singer in
v.
his group at a nitery : . Song-
stress took sick and couldn't show
up, so Tina was used, being the .
Restaurant
only one who knew the words .
Tina not only helped out her hus-
Cocktail Lounge
band, Ike, but started a great
• STEAKS •SEA FOODS
show biz career for the two . .
0.51 pc a .1 nst Jn
with Las Vegas the prime spot,re-
ceiving their talented offerings.
FINE PRIME RIB
. . At U. of D. tonight, Ike and
• exivpitinaleaspel
Tina have a troupe of 13, while
• 'WIDOINGS • LUNCHIVIS • PARTIES • DINNERS
on the same bill is Wayne Cochran
Oven Dolly 11 A.M. TIII 1 A.M.-Clowl Sun
and his C.C. Riders, a group of
14.
CONVENIENTLY LOCATED
JOE RAHAL, owner of the plush
1521 JOHN R.
TWenty-Four Karat supper club on
• WI HONOR
Mal
Telegraph
and Six Mile, has a new
MA o anon calms
entertainment policy reshaping the
MIR Menne PARKING
time-span of acts to no more than

two weeks Per entertainer;-for the
pOrPose of ccntinually, presenting
,
' . fresh faces . Back on , deck on
allt'Parteet'HolueOr
the bandstand is the popular Len-
Oasiliesainens'
,nie Schick . . clarinetist/band-
Western or • HaWailan
.16140 . Fried
, leader" Who has been sidetracked
OWN*, Idol' or -Hawaiian Chickin, french
wth a "game" leg. ;
Panto*. or. aka Pita., Cde Sifivr and
,‘ DON, PAYNE, bossman. at the
F amily Buggy .Restaurant On West
P [Ip an tly Delivered
McNichols, . corner of Evergreen,;is
aleamino Choi:
a collector of coffee . makers, froth
Diihee
. .
yesterYear
,Dp, , Mier
all eizes, large', and
small
He' has some on display
f$C.<1100 fyi
anteing the Oben antique interests
that make for 'excellent old-
fashion-.
ed decor .
The - food is good, at



New,. M•d•rn Private

O•nqual Room
• Waddinps
• Patties
Capacity ISO P•oplit

l*L e,141, , ,ggss

,

AMPLE . PARKING .

Call
VE 9-6144 :
11341 E. 7 MU

OPEN SUNDAY' AND
HOLIDAYS I 9 P,M
CLOSED MONDAYS •

NCI.

S.,. lieever-Oulte



ENTERTAINMENT

HIS TRIO `,14 GROUP ,CALLED MUSIC"
SHOWTIME 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. Mon. thruScit.'at
DETROIT'S TALENT . :SHOWCASE

GARRISON

NO COVER OR MINIMUM
All Credit Cards Honored
18332 W. McNICHOLS'
2 'Bliss. W. of Southfiel
1-887/

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AND
DINING
NIGHTLY

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a
ble, too .; Don doei a good job
Of pleasing people; whether it's in
his restaurant or in ' a private

fisvieet,16" room he has 'off to the

side

TBRESE,AND' PAUL iiicGLONE
moved from. Bloomfield Hills. to
Grosse 'Pointe and are looking for
Jewish food to "take tiGt" , on the
' east side you know 'of ,any
out their way, ,. the . Mc0lones.. will
be PI
gh't grateful ;;.; .'Welold them',
8404 Samuels Bros, in the'Reitern
*arkit'J'ancy=010'xis thrilied: to
pieces , Hard to . beat Samuels

.

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flab; friedIpati0",!
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vitiate era loaves ;

softened butter op ittat

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11,11itiSt, Petttitie . ► i1BRB 6111142

EXotic Cocktails
One ; of Iteteiica'a fin.
'teskintantt; hater-
r7; Cantonese

PM 1,41I (1. 11 . 1.3,Vot 1011.

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witli'fielh*Cheispeit aille';:rru
bled oregano and 'iLertirabled ,
original shape •and'errati retch" leaf
in. fek. . Hake, * a preheated hot
oven' 409°1") for 15 to 20, minutes

• or until breaclii`cruity:.

may he spread with buttter mix-
ture, wrapped. and chilled; until
ready to bake, ,
HOUSEWIVES ; TrY using the
spicing of ,shallots for your poultry
ete., ; ,, ;y;;It'ainakt , aval101a,,htizet!:•
IOW
raild;,5:inere .110,040

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dinnet4
show and ;dent *over:
till closing .;

your car: 00 parking lot

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refs than4 44400?"

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;r0or0 - compelling .t)reli ever,
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of
The

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Today,'

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unIquenessiet'his style!' of singing

has also attained moreappeal'. '
tit tail a milli:it air Nino oat lai'imptio
Recently,\BaddY;teured profeseion-

~ Illy hi AUstralia, 'went; on sefitrild' .
ISP:ON161110.:$d.d Rr ,
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several *,r`.
top
its and er

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in 'Tel:::Joey.,'!, ,'.::.,'.;;Huddy has
I allied loose and NO'. • ,` Appear-:
ing in the Moon's , Lunar , Louoge is
the.; always' entertaining team of
Tony Thomas and linda Hurst
Together:. With their beck-lip ironp;
tbis pOwerhouse due- Is tremendl
, ouslfpopular act,worthy ` of star
billing lhemselves.
STATES: 'WITH THE largest
number of public, eating and drink-

P4111(010 4774646' ,

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.
New York; Pennsylvania,
mm tee
Aemt
Texas, :Ohio, New , Jersey,'
aANISH FOOD ,
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gab and Florida. '
0 COCKTAIL .' 474753
32301
Grand
NO, •JAN PIERCE'S given name
is not Pincus Pearlman . It's
H.1( Alf',,IN
Joshua ,Pincus Perimigh.
SAM': HADOUS, 'Lofy's' owner,
isn't wasting any time gettifig going
again after the tragic $750,000 fire
T
that demolished his Plymouth,
RESTAURANT & DEUCATESSEN
Mich. spot ... He has already met
17244 W. 5EYIN MILL, RD.
273-4130 po ► perm
with architects for rebuilding'plans
IS Blkti.g.'ef Southfield)
Open Mon. they Sat. S a.m. to f
on seating,between 750 and 1,000
AND%
OPEN TIE • I A.M.
people . , Previous Lofy's capa-
6 DAYS A WEEK
city, was about 560 ... The new
and very beautiful Lofy's will
I .cousin nom
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easily be one of the largest and
• Lunch • Sandwiches
finest night spots in Ameriea when J.DIIICASEsSEN0,1E3TADRANT Breakfast,
Dinner AttOr _TheAr
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January or February of next year.
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11th Huntington Art Fair
Scheduled for Sunday
The Huntington Woods Art
League announces Its 11th annual
Art Fair will be held Sunday on
the Burton Elementary School
grounds.
This all-day activity, includes art
exhibits, market place, refresh-
ment stands, demonstrations and
continuous entertainment.
More than 100 artists will die-
, play their we r k, including
Natalie Halpern, wife of Rabbi
Mordecai Halpern,
Mrs. Marjorie Paul and Mrs.
Janet Baum are co-chairmen. Pu-
peteer Mrs. Mildred Berry will
present, at 1 and 3:30 p.m., "The
Emperor's Clothes," in the public
library adjoining the school
grounds.



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